Happy Beds (www.happybeds.co.uk)
Worrying about Brexit is the most common cause of sleeplessness across the UK, according to Twitter research.
Analysis of over 30,000 insomnia-related tweets and posts by bed retailer Happy Beds found that uncertainty around Brexit has been causing Brits to lose sleep more than any other topic over the last 12 months.
With the new Brexit deadline of October 31st looming, #stopbrexit was found to be the most common hashtag in posts where social media users complained about insomnia or sleeplessness.
‘Brexit’, ‘United Kingdom’ and the ‘European Union’ were three of the top five terms which featured in insomnia-related social posts, as the uncertainty around leaving the EU caused worry across the country.
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